Use of Mathematical Literature - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780408709132, 9781483164724

Use of Mathematical Literature

1st Edition

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Editors: A.R. Dorling
eBook ISBN: 9781483164724
Imprint: Butterworth-Heinemann
Published Date: 1st January 1977
Page Count: 272
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Description

Use of Mathematical Literature discusses the bibliographic concerns of mathematical literature. The book is comprised of 14 chapters that cover characteristics of mathematical literature and provide reviews of some of the major literature in various mathematical fields.

The text first discusses the role of the literature in mathematics, and then proceeds to tackling major organizations, journals, and reference materials. Next, the book provides critical accounts of the major literature in various mathematical fields, such as combinatorics, topology, and mathematical programming. The book will be of great use to students, practitioners, and researchers of mathematics. Other profession handling math literature, such as teachers, librarians, and translators will also find this book invaluable.

Table of Contents


1 The Role of the Literature in Mathematics

1.2 The Author Approach to the Literature

1.3 Conferences

1.4 Unpublished Material

1.5 Books

1.6 Future Trends

2 Major Organizations and Journals

2.1 Introduction

2.2 International Mathematical Union

2.3 American Mathematical Society

2.4 London Mathematical Society

2.5 Other National Societies

2.6 University Publications

2.7 Journals from Commercial Publishers

2.8 Translations

2.9 Monograph Series

2.10 Bourbaki

3 Reference Material

3.1 Encyclopedias

3.2 Handbooks

3.3 Abstracting Journals

3.4 Bibliographies

3.5 Biography

3.6 Dictionaries

4 Mathematical Education

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Journals and Indexing Periodicals

4.3 Associations and International Organizations

4.4 The Development of Mathematical Education

4.5 Surveys

4.6 The Psychology of Mathematics Learning

4.7 Curriculum Design

4.8 Assessment and Examinations

4.9 Teacher Training

4.10 Educational Technology and Independent Learning Methods

4.11 Apparatus and Films

4.12 Mathematical Competitions and Other Extracurricular Activities

4.13 The Needs of Society and, in Particular, of Other Subjects

4.14 Computers

4.15 Research in Mathematical Education

4.16 Addresses of Organizations

5 History of Mathematics

5.1 Introduction

5.2 Bibliographies and Catalogues

5.3 Journals for the History of Mathematics

5.4 Books and Editions

5.5 Libraries and Catalogues

5.6 Manuscripts and Archives

5.7 Societies

5.8 The Open University

5.9 State and Nature of the Art

6 Logic and Foundations

6.1 Introduction

6.2 Justification of Mathematics

6.3 Formal Theories and Mathematics

6.4 Intuitionism and Constructivism

6.5 Recursion Theory

6.6 Decision Problems

6.7 Axiomatic Set Theory

6.8 Descriptive Set Theory

6.9 Model Theory

6.10 Generalizations of Model Theory

6.11 Universal Algebra

6.12 Infinitary Combinatorics

7 Combinatorics

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Enumeration

7.3 Combinatorial Set Theory

7.4 Graph Theory

7.5 Finite Geometries and Designs

7.6 Coding Theory

7.7 Applications

8 Rings and Algebras

8.1 Introduction

8.2 associative Rings

8.3 Commutative Rings

8.4 Categories and Homological Algebra

8.5 Lie Algebras and Other Non-associative Algebras

8.6 Monoids and More General Systems

8.7 Periodicals

9 Group Theory

9.1 Introductory Works

9.2 Finite Groups

9.3 Representation Theory

9.4 Infinite Groups

9.5 Algebraic and Lie Groups

9.6 Related Structures

10 Measure and Probability

10.1 Theory of Measure

10.2 Probability Theory

10.3 Stochastic Processes

11 Complex Analysis and Special Functions

11.1 Basic Texts in Complex Analysis

11.2 Special Topics in Complex Analysis

11.3 Functions of Several Complex Variables

11.4 General Texts on Special Functions

11.5 Special Topics in the Theory of Special Functions

12 Convexity

12.1 Introduction

12.2 Basic Theory

12.3 Combinatorial Theory

12.4 Metrical Theory

13 Topology

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Algebraic Topology

13.3 Manifolds

13.4 General Topology

14 Mathematical Programming

14.1 Introduction

14.2 Reviews and General Coverage Books

14.3 Bibliography, Abstracts and Retrieval Systems

14.4 Periodicals

14.5 Linear Programming

14.6 General Non-Linear Programming

14.7 Geometric Programming

14.8 Unconstrained Optimization

14.9 Dynamic Programming

14.10 Integer and Zero-One Programming

14.11 Transportation and Flow Networks

14.12 Combinational Programming

Author Index

Subject and Title Index


Details

No. of pages:
272
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Butterworth-Heinemann 1977
Published:
Imprint:
Butterworth-Heinemann
eBook ISBN:
9781483164724

About the Editor

A.R. Dorling